Cleartone 7412 EMP Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings - .012-.053 Light

.012-.053 Acoustic Guitar Strings, Phosphor Bronze with EMP Coating
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Coated Acoustic Strings Never Sounded Better!

Coated strings last longer, but many of them can sound dead. Cleartone Acoustic Strings are coated, and they sound great. Thanks to Cleartone Strings and their EMP technology, coated strings sound better than ever. Cleartone's EMP (Enhanced Molecular Protection) is a patent pending process that extends the string's life by protecting it against oils from your hands, elements in the air, and just general string deterioration. EMP coating doesn't feel slick or slippery, and it won't flake off. You won't even know it is there. In a nut shell, it helps your strings stay fresh and clean without killing your tone.

Cleartone Strings uses only the finest phosphor bronze windings over a hex core. This combination gives you great response on your acoustic guitar and consistent sound.

Cleartone Electric Acoustic Strings with EMP Coating Features:
  • EMP coating gives string longer life without killing the tone
  • Longer-lasting than conventional strings
  • Phosphor Bronze windings
  • .012, .016, .025w, .033, .043, .053
Save time and money with Cleartone Acoustic Strings with EMP coating!

Tech Specs

Guitar Type Acoustic
Number of Sets 1
Coated Yes (EMP Coating)
Gauges .012, .016, .025, .033, .043, .053
Core Material Steel
Winding Material Phosphor Bronze
Winding Type Round
Manufacturer Part Number 7412

Customer Reviews

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Not what I expected

I replace a set of elixir poly web 12s on my taylor gs mini with these. The whole feel of my guitar went out the window. My fingers HURT and were left with marks and lines. What would these strings do to my frets? They seem like high tension strings and had little to no give or bending ability. I'm taking them off immediately and putting on a new set of elixirs. However they are very bright and loud sounding, no doubt they are what they say. I think these strings would be great on a lap steel or dobro.
Music background: Hobbyist


strings suck the worst i have ever bought and WILL NEVER USE AGAIN ! im 60 years old have een playing most of my life , have opened for national acts etc.... i can not remember ever breaking 3 D- strings in less then a week and an E ' 1st string on an Acoustic guitar and whats crazy was just strumming not even bending string - not once - going back to Elixi'rs

Not good

I use the Cleartone strings on my Gibson electric and have been happy, thought I'd use them on the acoustic and they are terrible. very shallow sounding, tinny and muted all at the same time. The feel is equally as bad they are super slick yet you really hear the finder slides equally as loud as a played note and my fingers slip off them doing simple bends... which also seem harder to do. I was using the D'EXP's and they were great, I just ordered a new set and will get rid of the Cleartone as soon as they arrive. Still like them on the electric though.
See also: Acoustic Strings, Cleartone, Cleartone Acoustic Guitar Strings